Vaccine Injuries That Are Accepted by the Government

VAccinations

While researching a response to a Facebook comment about vaccination during pregnancy (maybe a later post), I found a very interesting table of adverse events that are accepted by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department … Continue reading →

Highlights of Nutrition for Chronic Disease Presentations at the Houston Wise Traditions Conference

Houston Wise Traditions Conference Room

I did not get to attend many of the Saturday speaker tracks because I was greeting people and helping provide information at the Weston A. Price Foundation table.  As co-leader of the Houston-Galveston chapter, I wanted to meet and welcome … Continue reading →

Why you should take “science-based” claims with a grain of salt!

For many years, I assumed that claims made for scientific studies were valid and fact-based, in other words, real science. I thought there was something pure and respected about science. However, several researchers, including two recent ones, have exposed that … Continue reading →